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Strategic Design Management
Hiring and establishing robust design teams across products and locales; measuring ability and mentoring designers for further skill maturation; critically assessing design work and establishing career development.
User Research and testing
Research interview planning and user recruitment; defining user journeys, red routes, and key performance indicators; system assessment and evolution; rapid prototyping and testing. Learn more >
User Experience and Interaction Design
Low to high fidelity iterative design (including sketching, mockups, interactive screens and HTML prototypes); site-wide information architecture and page layout; atomic design and style guides, and accessibility standards. See more >
End-to-end service analysis and design; defining key touchpoints, outlining problem areas and opportunities for improvement.
Visual and graphic design
Print layout and colour processes; typography; motion graphics, video and animation techniques.
Working as a Senior UX Design consultant for a range of different FinTech clients, I help production teams build guaranteed successful solutions that address the requirements of their users, and leverage opportunities to outstrip their competition. I have also been working to help mature the UX discipline within Scott Logic, illustrating better UX practices with fellow designers, advocating the benefits of a wider knowledge of UX practices with non-design colleagues with blog posts and presentations.
Starting as a Front-end Developer for Springer Healthcare, I went on to become a Senior UX Designer for a number of significant projects, working with teams across the UK, Germany, India and the US, until I ended up as Lead UX Designer managing a team of six designers in Pune, India.
Creating the new Barclays One portal for higher-earning clients.
Starting as a Graphic Designer, I quickly added my knowledge of web design and animation to create sites and presentations, using 3D animations to help sell large scale commercial properties, such as city bank offices, The Queens Club and parts of 30 St Mary Axe.